The way we eat has a tremendous impact on our environment and the planet’s resources. As the global population grows, it is clear that our current, Western food patterns are not sustainable. Numerous scientific publications recommend incorporating more plant-based foods in our diets to reduce pressure on land and water, while limiting our green-house-gas emissions.

Smalls dietary changes, like switching to plant-based foods just once a week, can have a significant positive impact on the sustainability of our food systems.

Comparison of CO2-eq emissions, land and water use between soy drink and cow milk

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Comparison of CO2-eq emissions, land and water use between soy meat alternatives and beef

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ENSA contribution consultation Organic Action Plan

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